Currently, I have 3 machines I plan on using:
- Home Desktop
- Running Windows 10, I use this machine for mostly gaming, browsing, and homework assignments.
- As the software required to complete the Nerdy Nights tutorial is intended for windows usage, I have had no issues running them on this machine (dated as it may be).
- Macook Pro
- The laptop I carry everywhere. It is currently running on El Capitan (10.11.3) and is primarily used for browsing, blogging, photography, and programming.
- Making the NESASM assembler work proved to take a little more effort to get running on the Macbook, but it is do-able. I am having trouble with FCEUX, however. If I get it working I will add an update, but I may wind up getting stuck with NEStopia... I will add a footnote to the bottom of this post to share how I installed the software.
- Acer Netbook
- This little machine can not run anything above Windows XP. I figured I would keep it as a backup to use the software in case I had issues with working on the macbook or the desktop.
I pulled NESASM from the from cesarparent's repo.